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Yagoeda

 - (Tree Parts)  
Entry for Bonsai Yagoeda Tree Parts   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term Yagoeda Tree Parts
bonsai_branch_pruning_01.jpg image EDA>YAGOEDA - Branch growing from the bottom of the tree. The sprout (YAGOME) comes  first but when it becomes a branch (yagoeda), it takes all the nutrition and can kill the other new growing branches on the tree so should be removed from your BONSAI>BONSAI tree. 

See Branch PRUNING.


Thanks to - cutebonsai.com for use of the image

Yagome

 - (Tree Parts)  
Entry for Bonsai Yagome Tree Parts   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term Yagome Tree Parts
bonsai_branch_pruning_01.jpg image YAGOME - Branches (called "yagome") growing from the bottom of the tree.(Yagome is just a SPROUT first but when it becomes a branch (EDA>YAGOEDA), it takes all the nutrition and can kill the other new growing branches on the tree) so would normally be removed from your BONSAI>BONSAI tree.

 

See Branch PRUNING.


Thanks to - cutebonsai.com for use of the image

Yamadori for Sale

 - (Dealer)  
Entry for Bonsai Yamadori for Sale Dealer   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term Yamadori for Sale Dealer
Tony_Tickle.jpg image YAMADORI FOR SALE - Site run by renowned BONSAI>BONSAI artist and teacher; TONY TICKLE. Supplies high quality yamadori for the experienced bonsai enthusiast.

Contact via website only.


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Thanks to - Tony Tickle for use of the image

Yamagata

 - (Tree Style)  
Entry for Bonsai Yamagata Tree Style  Update this bonsai term Yamagata Tree Style
Yamagata_Bonsai_Tree_Image.jpg image YAMAGATA - Single rock representing a mountain with a single tree growing thereon.



Yattoko

 - (Tool)  
Entry for Bonsai Yattoko Tool  Update this bonsai term Yattoko Tool
bonsai_wire_cutters_01.jpg image YATTOKO - This is the Japanese term for WIRE CUTTERS .

See Wire Cutters for more detail.


Thanks to - Kaizen Bonsai for use of the image

Yew - common (Taxus baccata)

 - (Tree Type (Outdoors))  
Entry for Bonsai Yew - common (Taxus baccata) Tree Type (Outdoors)   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term Yew - common (Taxus baccata) Tree Type (Outdoors)
bonsai_yew_01.jpg image YEW - COMMON (TAXUS BACCATA) - Slow growing with grey-brown BARK with russet underlay. Bears dark green, NEEDLE-like LEAVES, with small green FLOWERS in spring and red berries. All foliage is poisonous.

STYLE : Suitable for most styles, except broom.

WARNING : Foliage is poisonous to animals and humans. Keep shaded and sheltered from wind all year.


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Thanks to - Dan Barton for use of the image

Yew - Japanese (Taxus cuspidata)

 - (Tree Type (Outdoors))  
Entry for Bonsai Yew - Japanese (Taxus cuspidata) Tree Type (Outdoors)   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term Yew - Japanese (Taxus cuspidata) Tree Type (Outdoors)
bonsai_japanese_yew_01.jpg image YEW - JAPANESE (TAXUS CUSPIDATA) - Slow growing EVERGREEN conifer with grey-brown BARK with russet underlay. Bears dark green, NEEDLE-like LEAVES (LANCEOLATE (LEAF)) with paler undersides than the common yew, with small pink (as opposed to green) FLOWERS in spring and deep-pink berries. All foliage is poisonous except for the fleshy berry surrounding the seed. Nana is a DWARF form well suited to small BONSAI>BONSAI styles.

STYLE : Suitable for most styles, except broom.

WARNING : Foliage is poisonous to animals and humans. Keep shaded and sheltered from wind all year


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Thanks to - Wattston Bonsai for use of the image

York Bonsai

 - (Dealer)  
Entry for Bonsai York Bonsai Dealer   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term York Bonsai Dealer
yorkbonsai.jpg image BONSAI>BONSAI>YORK BONSAI - York Bonsai has been trading since 2004 and stock most items needed for bonsai, ranging from bonsai trees to BONSAI SOIL, bonsai wire and feeds.

The site also offers free to download guides on how to care for bonsai covering : REPOTTING, WATERING and other useful information.

The majority of items are sold by mail order but collection is available by arrangement.

Contact via website or

Email: enquiries@yorkbonsai.co.uk

Tel: 01904 639754 07966 047077





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